Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by playa465, Apr 21, 2011.
My approach would be slightly different then Bill Polian. For me, I would identify the key needs that a team has and based off of that go BPA. For example, the Rams needs include:
In our 2011 TTalk Mock Draft, I used my strategy and went BPA according to who was available which resulted in me picking Stephen Paea, Greg Jones, Edmond Gates, Ricky Elmore, and Eric Hagg.
From the ESPN article linked above:
I think the Texans draft strategy (they have a strategy?) is a combination of finding guys who "fit" the team in scheme and culture, along with filling needs. Like, "we need a corner, and he needs be able to press, and he needs to be an eagle scout."
Or flipping a coin
Cant rep you, LOL
The Colts strategy:
1. Draft Peyton Manning
and a Team Captain...you can't leave that out.
Bill Polian's draft strategy: Get Peyton Manning. Done.
Yep, that team would be the AFC south doormat if it weren't for him, for sure.
And when this doesn't work just pick the first TE you see on the list of draft eligible players.
so you, cold to the core
things are fixing on changing
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